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V-UG-Psy(H)-XI (Pract) 2013 Full Marks - 40 Time - 6 Hours The questions are of equal value Answer one question from each session Morning Session 1. Measure and compare the attitudes of college students towards women by using 'Attitude towards Women' scale. 2. Demonstrate experimentally STM as a function of retention interval. 3. Locate atleast four complex indicators of your 'S ' using Word Association Test. Afternoon Session 4. Find out whether your 'S ' posses Type-A personality or Type-B personality with either inrternal or external locus of control. 5. Assess the personality of your 'S ' by administering 'Extraversion and Neuroticism' personality inventory. 6. Demonstrate experimentally the effect of similarity on Retro-active Inhibition. Distribution of Marks in each Session Experiment 10 Record 04 Viva-Voce 06 V-2-0.5 [ 2 ] V-2 [Turn Over

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  • V-UG-Psy(H)-XI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 40Time - 6 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer one question from each session

    Morning Session

    1. Measure and compare the attitudes of college studentstowards women by using 'Attitude towards Women'scale.

    2. Demonstrate experimentally STM as a function ofretention interval.

    3. Locate atleast four complex indicators of your 'S' usingWord Association Test.

    Afternoon Session

    4. Find out whether your 'S' posses Type-A personalityor Type-B personality with either inrternal or externallocus of control.

    5. Assess the personality of your 'S' by administering'Extraversion and Neuroticism' personality inventory.

    6. Demonstrate experimentally the effect of similarity onRetro-active Inhibition.

    Distribution of Marks in each Session

    Experiment 10

    Record 04

    Viva-Voce 06

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  • V-UG-Phy(H)-XI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer any one question from Group-A

    Group-B is Compulsory

    GROUP - A 30

    1. Callibrate the set of weights.

    2. Determine Poisson's ratio of rubber.

    3. Determine Young's modulus by bending of a beam.

    4. Determine Coefficient of viscosity by oscillating discmethod.

    5. Determine thermal conductivity of a bad conductor byLee's disc method.

    6. Determine the mechanical equivalent of heat by Joule'sCalorimeter.

    7. Determine the moment of inertia of a flywheel.

    8. Determine the mechanical equivalent of heat byCallendar Barne's method.

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    9. Determine the diameter of a narrow wire by opticalbench.

    10. Determine the rotativity of sugar solution by using apolarimeter.

    11. Callibrate the given meterbridge.

    12. Draw the static characteristics of a P.N. Junction.

    13. Find out the sum of a infinite series by using a PC.

    14. Solve a quadratic equation using C++ language.

    GROUP - B

    15. Viva-Voce. 12

    16. Record. 8

    Scheme of Valuation

    Record 08

    Viva 12

    Experiment 30

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  • V-UG-Chem(H)-XI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Estimate the amount of Copper present in the suppliedsolution by iodometry using K2Cr2O7 solution of

    strength ________ N10FH

    IK . 35

    OR

    Determine the percentage composition of Fe2+ and Fe3+

    in the supplied iron solution using standard K2Cr2O7

    solution of strength ________ N10FH

    IK . 35

    OR

    Estimate the amount of Barium in the suppliedBaCl2 solution by gravimetric method. 35

    2. Viva-Voce. 10

    3. Record. 5

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    Scheme of Valuation

    For volumetry :

    a) Standardisation 13

    b) Involve Titration 19

    c) Calculation 3

    For gravimetry :

    a) General Working 3

    b) Weighing the ppt 5

    c) Result 27

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  • V-UG-Bot(H)-XI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Perform any one of the following choosen by lot : 20

    a) Determine the relation between transpiration andthe transpiring surface.

    b) Determine the osmotic pressure of the cell-sap ofthe given plant material by plasmolytic method.

    c) Determine the D.P.D. of a suitable plant material(storage tissue).

    d) Study the effect of different known conc. of CO2on the rate of photosynthesis of a hydrophyte.

    e) Determine the rate of photosynthesis of an equaticplant in different wavelength of light.

    f) Determine the rate of photosynthesis of an aquaticplant at different temperature.

    g) Determine the pattern of water uptake in starchy,oily and proteinaceous seeds.

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    h) Determine the absorbance maxima ofBromophenol blue.

    i) Beer-Lambert law validation in Calorimeter/Spectrophotometer.

    2. Estimate the soil moisture of different soil type clay,sandy and loamy. 6

    3. Study the morphology and anatomy of the suppliedspecimen and give labelled diagrams. Comment on theadaptive features. 6

    4. Determine the plant community of an area by usingquadrat method. Find out the number of plant speciesand frequency distribution of individual species. 7

    5. Viva-Voce. 6

    6. Class Record. 5

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  • V-UG-Zool(H)-XI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    Give labelled diagrams wherever necessary

    1. Conduct any two biochemical experiments as per theinstruction of examiners. 10 × 2

    a) Preparation of standard curve for protein solution.

    b) Qualitative tests for reducing sugar.

    c) Determination of absorbance maxima ofBromophenol blue.

    d) Validation of Beer-Lambert law in Colorimeter/Spectrophotometer.

    e) Qualitative tests for Proteins.

    2. Identify and comment upon the spots 2(i) to 2(v) withreasons. 1½ × 5

    3. Prepare two models of biomolecules as per theinstruction of examiners. Characterize, identify andsubmit your prepared models. 3½ × 2

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    4. Perform the biostatistical experiment/solve thebiostatistical problem as per the instruction ofexaminers. 5½

    5. Practical Record and Sessional Preparations. 5

    6. Viva-Voce. 5

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  • V-UG-C.Sc(H)-XI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all question

    C++

    1. Answer any three of the following : 15a) Write a program to declare three classes S1, S2,

    S3. The classes have a private data numbervariable of character array data type. Read stringfor the classes S1 and S2. Concatenate the stringsread and assign into the data member variable ofclass S3.

    b) Write a program to multiply an integer and anobject using friend function.

    c) Write a program to declare two classes Rupeesand Dollars. Declare object of both the classes.Convert rupees to dollars. Perform conversionusing user-defined conversion routines.

    d) Create a class employee which contains thefollowing details :* employee number* name* salary

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  • Include a member function called getdata ( ) toget data from user for insertion into the object andanother function put data ( ) to display the data.Write another function increment ( ) to increasethe salaries of all employees by 20%.

    e) Write a function called power ( ) that takes adouble value for n and an int value for p, and returnthe result as double value. Use a default argumentof 2 for p, so that if this argument is omitted, thenumber will be squared. Write a main ( ) functionthat gets values from the user to test this function.

    Networking

    2. Write down the steps to do the following : 5

    a) Mapping your drive in networking mode.

    b) Check the IP address and subnet Mask in DOSmode.

    c) Create e-mail account and send a file to one ofyour friend.

    d) Connection of two computers by creating crossesover connections.

    e) Draw a diagram to STRAIGHT CABLE.

    Java

    3. Answer any one of the following : 5

    a) Write a Java program to enter two numbers fromthe keyboard and swap the number without usingthird variable.

    b) Write a Java program to enter a number and printthe reverse of it.

    Graphics

    4. Answer any one of the following : 5

    a) Write a program to draw a line.

    b) Write a program to draw a circle.

    5. Record. 8

    6. Viva-Voce. 12

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  • III-UG-Phy(H)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer any one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    GROUP - A (15 Marks)

    1. Determine the specific heat of a solid by the method ofmixture using radiation correction.

    2. Determine the horizontal component of earth'smagnetic field and moment of a magnet.

    3. Determine the wavelength of light using planediffraction grating.

    4. Determine the wavelength of light using Newton's ringapparatus.

    5. Determine the correct resistance of a wire using endcorrection of a Meterbridge.

    6. Determine the resistance of a galvanometer by Kelvin'smethod.

    7. Determine the coefficient of viscosity by capillary flowmethod.

    8. Determine the sum of A.P./G.P. series by using a PCwith C++ language.

    GROUP - B

    9. Record. 4

    10. Viva-Voce. 6

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  • III-UG-Bot(H)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Describe the technique of Hybridization of the suppliedspecimen. 6

    2. Perform any one of the following experiments chosenby lot. Write theory, procedure, tabulation and giveconclusion based on tabulation data : 6

    a) Calculation of Arithmetic mean, S.D., SEM of thearea of ten (10) leaves of a given specimen (graphor L/B method).

    b) For a given sample of 10 fruits of same kindcalculate arithmetic mean, SD and SEM of theseeds.

    c) Calculate the internode length of 10 plants of agiven species. Find out mean, SD and SEM.

    d) Find out the light of 10 seedling and calculate themean, SD and SEM.

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    3. Calculate the 2 test to goodness of fit to MendelianRatio of the given specimen at 5% level ofsignificance. 6

    4. Viva-Voce. 5

    5. Class Record. 2

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  • III-UG-Zool(H)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    Give labelled diagrams wherever necessary

    1. Conduct any one of the following experiments as perinstruction of examiners. 8

    i) Estimation of pH of the supplied soil sample.

    ii) Quantitative analysis of Organic Carbon in soil.

    iii) Estimatation of salinity value of the supplied soilsample.

    OR

    Any other experiment may be given as per thesyllabus.

    2. Identify and comment upon the spots 2(i) to2(iv) relating to their importance in resourcebiology. ½ × 4

    3. Prepare the project/model/field report pertaining tothe syllabus and submit as per the instruction ofexaminers. 5

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    4. Prepare the permanent microscopic slide of thesupplied material/specimen as per the instruction ofexaminers. Submit it with proper identification andlabelled diagram. 4

    5. Practical Record and Sessional preparations. 3

    6. Viva-Voce. 3

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  • III-UG-C.Sc(H)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer any three questions from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    GROUP - A

    1. An electricity board charges the following rates todomestic users for the consumption of energy.

    For the first 50 units Rs.2 per unit

    For 51 to 200 units Rs.4 per unit

    For 201 to 400 units Rs.5 per unit

    For 401 above Rs.6 per unit

    All users are charged a minimum of Rs.500. If the totalcost is more that Rs.250 then an additional surchargeof 15% is added. Write a 'C' program to read the namesof users and number of units consumed and print outthe charges with names. 5

    2. Write a 'C' program which read two strings andconcatenate the largest string to the smallest string(among the two strings). Make necessary assumption.Do not use standard available function in 'C'. 5

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    3. Write a 'C' program to print the factorial value of anumber entered by user recursively. 5

    4. Write a program to accept record of 10 employees usingstructure having employee code, name and basic payand display them. 5

    5. Write a 'C' program to search a number in an array of10 elements using binary search. 5

    6. Write a 'C' program for push and pop operation in astack using array. 5

    GROUP - B

    7. Record. 5

    8. Viva-Voce. 5

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  • III-UG-Zool(EL)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Disect and display any one of the following system asper the instruction of the examiners and draw a neatlabelled diagram of your dissection. 8

    a) Afferent branchial arteries of Scoliodon

    b) 9th and 10th Cranial nerves of Scoliodon

    c) Arterial system of Calotes.(Dissection- 5, Display- 1, Labelled Diagram- 2)

    2. Identify with comments of the spots from I toVI. 1 × 6

    (Two microscopic slides, two bones and two museamspecimens related to syllabus)

    3. Solve the biostatistical problem as set by theexaminer. 5

    4. Practical record (Regularly signed by teacher) andsessional preparations. 3

    5. Viva-Voce. 3

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    I-UG-Edn(H)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 20Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Prepare a lesson plan on any school subject (methodof your teaching) and deliver the lesson in a simulatedsituation. 10

    2. Record. 4

    3. Viva-Voce. 6

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  • I-UG-Psy(H)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 20Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer any one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    GROUP - A

    1. Demonstrate experimentally the progress of learningand forgetting of your 'S' while learning a list ofNonsense syllables. 10

    2. Experimentally compare the discrepancy inperformance of your 'S' while doing one task at a timewith doing two task simultaneously. 10

    3. Find out experimentally the effect of set on your 'S'smemory. 10

    GROUP - B

    4. Record. 4

    5. Viva-Voce. 6

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    I-UG-Chem(H)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Identify the acid, radicals and basic radicals present inthe supplied mixture No. _______. You are given sixradicals. 17

    2. Viva-Voce. 5

    3. Record. 3

    Scheme of Valuation

    Texture, Solubility 2

    Dry Test 3

    Separation of Groups 7

    Confirmatory Test 5

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  • I-UG-Bot(H)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all question

    1. Make temporary cytological preparation of the suppliedonion root tip 'A'. Find out at least two stages of celldivision. Draw neat labelled diagrams and identify withreasons. 4

    2. Make temporary cytological preparation of the suppliedflower bud 'B'. Find out at least two stages of celldivision. Draw neat labelled diagrams and identify withreasons. 4

    3. Make a qualitative test of the supplied biochemical 'C'.Identify the biochemical with reasons. 4

    4. Draw labelled diagrams and identify with reasons theprepared slides/biochemicals with reasons – D, E, F,G, H (Time allowed 3 minutes each). 5

    5. Submission of prepared slides. 2

    6. Viva-Voce. 4

    7. Class Record. 2

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    I-UG-Zool(H)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all question

    1. Dissect and display any one of the following systemas per the instruction of the examiner and draw a neatlabelled diagram of your dissection. 10

    a) Digestive system of Prawn or Pila

    b) Nervous system of Prawn or Pila

    c) Nervous system of Earthworm.

    (Dissection- 6, Display- 2, Labelled diagram- 2)

    2. Identify and Comment on the spots (I to IX). 1 × 9

    (Six museum specimen and three microscopic slideswill be set by examiners as per syllabus)

    3. Practical record (Regularly signed by teacher) andsessional preparation. 3

    4. Viva-Voce. 3

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  • V-UG-Edn(H)-XI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 40Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Prepare a check list for identifying the behaviourdisorders of school children (10 items). 20

    OR

    Prepare a Rating scale to measure the punctuality/school attendance of children of secondary level.

    2. Record Maintainance. 8

    3. Viva-Voce. 12

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    III-UG-Edn(H)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 20Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Selecting a unit from the method, prepare five objectivetype (multiple choice) items of achievement test. 10

    2. Record Maintainance. 4

    3. Viva-Voce. 6

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  • III-UG-Chem(H)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Identify the unknown organic compoundmarked _______. 18

    2. Viva-Voce. 4

    3. Record. 3

    Scheme of Valuation

    Element detection 04

    Solubility, Copper Foil Test 01

    Functional Group 05

    MP/BP 02

    Preparation of derivative 04

    MP/BP of the derivative 02

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    III-UG-Psy(H)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 20Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer any one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    GROUP - A

    1. Write a suitable experiment, show the effect ofknowledge of result and find out the extent of constanterror. 10

    2. Demonstrate experimentally the effect of Positivetransfer of taining' with the help of mirror tracingapparatus. 10

    3. Experimentally find out the amount of saving for a listof paired associated. 10

    GROUP - B

    4. Record. 4

    5. Viva-Voce. 6

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  • III-UG-Bot(EL)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Dissect draw and describe in technical terms thespecimen A and B. Underline the diagnostic characters.Draw floral diagram, write floral formula. Identify thegenus. 7 × 2

    2. Write the correct scientific name of the Specimen'C' and 'D'. Describe the economical importantcharacters. 1½ × 2

    3. Identify the specimen 'E' and 'F'. 1½ × 2

    4. Viva-Voce. 3

    5. Class Record. 2

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    I-UG-Bot(P/EL)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all question

    1. Make a temporary preparation of two components ofthe supplied mixture 'A'. Draw labelled diagrams andidentify with reasons. 6

    2. Make a temporary preparation of the suppliedspecimen 'B'. Draw labelled diagrams. Comment andidentify with reasons. 4

    3. Make a temporary preparation of the suppliedspecimen 'C'. Draw neat labelled diagram. Commentand identify with reasons. 5

    4. Draw labelled diagrams and identify with reasons onthe prepared slides/materials D, E, F, G. 4(Time allowed 3 minutes each)

    5. Viva-Voce. 4

    6. Class Record. 2

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  • I-UG-Zool(P/EL)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all question

    1. Dissect and display the system of the givennon-chordate. Draw a labelled diagram of it. 10(The examiners may give any one of the systemsprescribed in the syllabus)

    Labelled diagram 2Dissection 6Display 2 Total 10

    2. Spotting : 9

    Identify the given spots with reasons and givecomments on each.(9 spots are to be given out of which 6 shall be frommuseum specimens and 3 shall be from permanentslides prescribed in the syllabus)

    3. Practical records and sessional preparations. 3

    4. Viva-Voce. (based on theory paper-I) 3

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  • I-UG-Phy(H)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer any one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    GROUP - A (15 Marks)

    1. Determine acceleration due to gravity by a barpendulum.

    2. Determine Young's modulus of the material of givenwire by Searle's method.

    3. Determine the rigidity modulus of the material of givenwire by static method.

    4. Determine the surface tension of water by capillaryrise method.

    5. Verify the laws of vibration of strings by Sonometer.

    6. Determine the refractive index of material of givenprism by direct method using spectrometer.

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    7. Show the variation of magnetic fields along the axisof a current carrying circular coil.

    8. Determine the reduction factor of a tangentgalvanometer using a copper voltameter.

    9. Show the input number is a prime number or not usingC++ language.

    GROUP - B

    10. Record. 4

    11. Viva-Voce. 6

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  • I-UG-C.Sc(H)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all question

    DOS

    1. Write the DOS command for the following : 3

    a) Display all the contents of C: drive in ascendingorder of primary name.

    b) Create a directory of your name. Create a file underthe newly created directory. Hide the file.

    c) Remove the directory.

    Windows

    2. Write down the steps to do the following in WindowsOperating System : 3

    a) Defragment the disk.

    b) Create a folder inside D: drive.

    c) Move the folder from D: drive to C: drive.

    d) Create a file in notepad and save it inside the folder.

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  • e) Remove the folder.

    f) Show the capacity of Recycle Bin.

    MS-Word

    3. Create a data file containing the addresses of top 5Universities. Create a letter for these Universitiesseeking for admission into higher level courses. Usethe mailmerge features of MS-Word to createadmission request letter for each of the University. 3

    MS-Excel

    4. a) Create the following worksheet and save it asEmployee. 3

    EMPLOYEE DATABASE FOR ABC LTD.

    SL. NO. NAME DEPT. BASIC HRA P.F. NET GRADE1 RAJ ACTS 145002 JYOTI EDP 11500

    3 RAM ACTS 12000

    4 MAC ACTS 8000

    5 PKJ EDP 20006 MONA EDP 18000

    TOTAL

    b) Calculate HRA = 40% of Basic, P.F. = 10% ofBasic, Net = Basic + HRA – P.F.

    c) Calculate Totals for each column

    d) Sort the list in alphabetic order by name

    e) Calculate Departmentwise Subtotals.

    f) Find out Grade depending upon the conditions i.e.if basic is greater than 10000 then grade is Aotherwise grade is B.

    MS-Power Point

    5. Create five slides, each with different layout about thefeatures and characteristics of distance education. Makea self running presentation of thse slides. 3

    6. Record. 5

    7. Viva-Voce. 5

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  • I-PG-Math-V (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer one question from each unit of

    Group-A to be selected by lot.Group-B is compulsory

    GROUP - A

    Unit - 1 7.5 Marks

    1. Write a 'C' program to enter three numbers and displaythe greatest one.

    2. Write a 'C' program to print the factorial value of anumber entered by user recursively.

    3. Write a program to convert a decimal number to binarynumber.

    4. Write a program to multiply two square matrix.

    Unit - 2 7.5 Marks

    1. Write a program to sort an integer array of 10 elementsin ascending order.

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  • 2. Write a program to enter your name and print it inreverse case.

    3. Write a program to enter a string and check it forpalindrom or not.

    4. Write a program to display fibonacci series upto n(entered by user).

    Unit - 3 7.5 Marks

    1. Write a program to enter two number and swap it usingpointers.

    2. Write a program to accept record of an employee usingstructure having name, designation and salary asmembers and display them.

    3. Write a program to enter a number and check whetherit is an amstrong number or not.

    4. Write a 'C' program to check whether a number is aKrishnamurthy number or not. A Krishnamurthynumber is one whose sum of factorial of digits equalsthe number.

    Unit - 4 7.5 Marks

    Graphics

    1. Write a program in 'C' to draw a line.

    2. Write a program in 'C' to draw a circle.

    3. Write a program in 'C' to draw an ellipse.

    GROUP - B

    1. Record. 10

    2. Viva-Voce. 10

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  • I-PG-Phy-V (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    Group - A

    1. Determine em of electron by Magnetron valve. 30

    2. Determine the value of Stefan's constant. 30

    3. Determine em of electron by Braun tube. 30

    4. Determine the value of Planck's constant by aphoto cell. 30

    5. Determine em of electron by helical method. 30

    Group - B

    6. Record. 10

    7. Viva-Voce. 10

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    I-PG-Phy-IV (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    Group - A

    1. Determine the wavelength of sodium light byMichelson's Interferometer. 30

    2. Determine the thickness of airfilm by Fabry PerotInterferometer. 30

    3. Verify Brewster's Law. 30

    4. Determine Rydberg constant by spectrometer. 30

    5. Determine wavelength of given laser source using agrating. 30

    Group - B

    6. Record. 10

    7. Viva-Voce. 10

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  • III-PG-Phy-XV (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    Group - A (30 Marks)

    1. Draw the Plateau characteristics of G.M. counter andfind out the operating voltage and slope of thecharacteristics curve of G.M. tube.

    2. Determine the absorption coefficient of Alluminiumby G.M. Counter.

    3. Determine the Hall coefficient of the given specimensemiconductor.

    4. Calculate the observed frequency from dispersionrelation of a monoatomic lattice.

    5. Study the variation of potential with temperature anddetermine the bandgap with four probe apparatus.

    6. Determine the velocity of ultrasonic wave in givenliquid at room temperature.

    Group - B

    7. Viva-Voce. 10

    8. Record. 10

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  • I-UG-Chem(P/EL)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Identify the acid, radicals and basic radicals present inthe supplied mixture No. _______. You are given fourradicals. 18

    2. Viva-Voce. 4

    3. Record. 3

    Scheme of Valuation

    Texture and Solubility 2

    Dry Test 4

    Group separation 8

    Confirmatory Test 4

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    III-UG-Chem(EL)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Identify the functional group present in the organiccompound marked _______ and ascertain thecompound by determination of its M.P./B.P. 18

    2. Viva-Voce. 4

    3. Record. 3

    Scheme of Valuation

    Solubility and Copper Foil Test 2

    Element detection 5

    Functional Group 7

    M.P./B.P. 4

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  • I-UG-Phy(P/EL)-II (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    Group - A

    1. Determine the weight of a given body by gaussmethod. 15

    2. Determine acceleration due to gravity using barpendulum. 15

    3. Determine Young's modulus of the material of a wireby Searle's method. 15

    4. Determine the velocity of sound by resonance columnmethod. 15

    5. Determine the refractive index of liquid using travellingmicroscope. 15

    6. Determine the end correction of a meter bridge. 15

    Group - B

    7. Record. 4

    8. Viva-Voce. 6

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    III-UG-Phy(El)-VI (Pract)

    2013Full Marks - 25Time - 6 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer one question from Group-A

    Group-B is compulsory

    Group - A

    1. Determine the rigidity modulus of the material of givenwire by static method. 15

    2. Determine the coefficient of viscosity by Stoke'smethod. 15

    3. Determine the focal length of concave mirror byKohlraush method. 15

    4. Determine the horizontal component of earth'smagnetic field of a bar magnet. 15

    5. Determine the mechanical equivalent of heat usingJoule's calorimeter. 15

    6. Draw the static characteristics of a triode. 15

    Group - B

    7. Record. 04

    8. Viva-Voce. 06

    V-15-1.5

  • V-UG-Eng(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. a) Answer the following, choosing the correctalternative given in brackets. 1 × 8

    i) Who coined the term "stream ofconsciousness' ?(William James, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce)

    ii) Who amongst the following is a new critic ?(Stanley Fish, John Crowe Ransom)

    iii) James Joyce's 'Ulysses' was published in :(1923, 1922, 1924, 1952)

    iv) Who amongst the following was the pioneerof the 'Oxford Movement' ?

    (Robert Frost, John Henry Newman,Allen Tate)

    v) Who amongst the following is associated with"Imagist Movement" ?(Louice Mcneice, Ezra Pound, G.M. Hopkins)

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    b) I am not yet born, console me.I fear that the human race may

    with tall walls wall me,With strong drugs dope me,

    with wise lies lure me.

    c) No ! I am not Prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be

    Am an attendant lord, one that will doTo swell a progress, start a scene or two.

    d) And indeed there will be timeFor the yellow smoke that slides along the street,Rubbing its back upon the window panes ;There will be time, there will be timeTo prepare to meet the faces that you meet.

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  • vi) 'Sprung rhythm' is associated with :(Ted Huges, Sylvia Plath, G.M. Hopkins)

    vii) Who amongst the following is a war poet ?(W.B. Yeats, W.H. Auden, Louice Mcneice)

    viii) Who amongst the following is associated withthe "Theatre of the Absurd" ?

    (W.B. Yeats, Samuel Becket, J.M. Synge)

    b) Write short notes on any four : 4 × 4

    i) Impressionism

    ii) The Bloomsbury Group

    iii) Existentialism

    iv) Realism

    v) Symbolist movement

    vi) The Abbey Theatre

    vii) Sprung rhythm.

    2. Comment on the significance of the title of the poem"The Second Coming" bny W.B. Yeats. 12

    OR

    Elaborate on the mythical background of the poem"Leda and the Swan".

    3. Discuss how Eliot presents a gloomy and depressingpicture of moden life in "The Love Song of J. AlfredPrufrock". 12

    ORThrow light on Eliot's depiction of the predicamentsof a quintessential modern man in the poem "The LoveSong of J. Alfred Prufrock".

    4. Discuss Camus' "The Outsider" as an existentialisttext. 12

    ORComment on the significance of the title of AlbertCamus' 'The Outsider'.

    5. Discuss 'The Glass Menagerie' as an expressionistplay. 12

    OR

    Do you consider 'The Glass Menagerie' as a 'memoryplay' ? Give reasons for your answer.

    6. Annotate any two of the following : 4 × 2a) The darkness drops again but now I know

    That twenty centuries of story sleepWere vexed to a nightmare by a rocking cradleAnd what rough beast, its hour come round at last,Slouches towards Bethelham to be born'

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  • V-UG-Eco(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Explain the main objectives as incorporated in variousFive Year Plans in India.

    OR

    Expain the problem of population explosion in India.Analyse the causes and remedies of high rate of growthof population in India.

    2. What are the factors responsible for poor performanceof land reforms programme in India ? Makesuggestions to improve it.

    OR

    Analyse the problems of rural credit in India. Suggestmeasures for removing limitations and problems ofagricultural credit in India.

    3. Write what do you know about the various provisionsof FERA. How FEMA is an improvement over FERA ?

    OR

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    Analyse the performance of the public sectorenterprises in India. Explain the major changes in thepolicy towards public sector at present.

    4. Analyse the composition and direction of India'sforeign trade at present.

    OR

    Explain the participation of MNCs through foreigncollaboration in India. Explain its favourable andharmful impacts.

    5. Explain the relationship between infrastructure andeconomic development. Write a note on Public-PrivatePartnership in infrastructure projects in India.

    OR

    Analyse the trend of price rise in India. Discuss theanti-inflationary policies adopted in India.

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  • V-UG-Pol.Sc(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Define and discuss the characteristics of DevelopmentAdministration today.

    OR

    What is comparative Public Administration ? Discussits nature.

    2. What is organisation ? Distinguish between formal andinformal organisation.

    OR

    Illustrate the principles of Hierarchy in PublicAdministration.

    3. Discuss various means followed by the Governmentfor performance appraisal of employees.

    OR

    What is corruption ? Discuss various causes ofcorruption.

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    4. What is Budget ? Discuss objectives and principles ofbudget.

    OR

    Discuss the composition and functions of PublicAccounts committee.

    5. Discuss the meaning and nature of Public Policy.

    OR

    Analyse the role of bureaucracy in public policymaking.

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  • V-UG-Hist(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Discuss the circumstances leading to the annexationof Punjab by the British. Was it morally justified ?

    OR

    Write a critical note on the Doctrine of Lapse and itsapplications.

    2. Give an account of the administrative reformsintroduced by Warren Hastings.

    OR

    Lord Ripon was a liberal statesman. In the light of thisstatement discuss the administration of Lord Ripon.

    3. Analyse the political, socio-religious and immediatecauses of the Revolt of 1857.

    OR

    Evaluate Swami Dayanand's contribution to social andreligious reform movement.

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    4. Why was the Indian National Congress founded ? Whatwere its aims and objectives ?

    OR

    Write a note on Civil Disobedience Movement.

    5. Trace the rise and growth of Communalism in Indiaupto 1929.

    OR

    Discuss the role of Subash Chandra Bose and I.N.A.in the Freedom Movement of India.

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  • V-UG-Phil(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Explain and examine Bacons method of Induction.

    OR

    How does Descartes classify all ideas ? What is hisview of innate ideas ? Explain.

    2. State and explain what Spinoza means by attributes.

    OR

    Discuss the doctrine of monadology of Leibnitz.

    3. Give an exposition of Locke's theory of knowledge.

    OR

    How does Locke refute the doctrine of innate ideas ?Discuss.

    4. How Berkeley refutes the distinction between primaryand secondary qualities ? Explain.

    OR

    Is Hume a sceptic ? Give reasons for your answer.V-5 [Turn Over

    5. How does Kant attempt to reconcile betweenempiricism and rationalism ? Discuss.

    OR

    "Space and Time are empirically real andtranscendentally ideal". Discuss after Kant.

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  • V-UG-Sans(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

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  • V-UG-Hn(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. {ZåZ{b{IV àíZm| Ho$ CÎma Xr{OE : 12 × 3

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    I) EH$m§H$s-H$bm H$s Ñ{ï> go "gyIrS>mbr' AWdm "_hm^maV H$sEH$ gm±P' H$s g_rjm H$s{OE Ÿ&

    J) a{O`m AWdm am_m H$s Mm[a{ÌH$ {deofVmAm| na àH$meS>m{bE Ÿ&

    2. gàg§J ì`m»`m H$s{OE : 8 × 2

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    I) Amå^rH$ H$s H$mbr H$aVyVm| H$m CëboI H$s{OE Ÿ&

    J) Mmé{_Ìm Ho$ M[aÌ H$s {deofVm ~VmBE Ÿ&

    K) "gyIrS>mbr' H$m CÔoí` ñnï> H$s{OE Ÿ&

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    J) ^maVoÝXw Ho$ {H$gr EH$ àhgZ H$m Zm_ ~VmBE Ÿ&

    K) "^maV-XwX©em' {H$g {df` na AmYm[aV h¡ ?

    L>) "d¡{XH$s qhgm qhgm Z ^d{V' {H$gH$s aMZm h¢ ?

    M) "^moa H$m Vmam' {H$gH$s aMZm h¡ ?

    N>) "gË` h[aíMÝÐ' ZmQ>H$ H$m à_wI CÔoí` Š`m h¡ ?

    O) ^maVoÝXw Ho$ {H$gr EH$ AZy{XV ZmQ>H$ H$m Zm_ {b{IE Ÿ&

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  • V-UG-Math(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    GROUP - A( Real Analysis )

    1. State and prove Merten's theorem for convergence ofproduct series. 8

    OR

    Test the conditional and absolute convergence of

    1 2 111b g b g

    n

    n

    nn n 8

    2. Find the radius of convergence of the following powerseries whose nth term are given below. Also discussthe convergence problem on the circle of convergence

    (i) n zn

    n!2 (ii)

    nn

    zn

    nb gb g1 4+4

    OR

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    8. i) Derive the tangential and normal components ofvelocity and acceleration of velocity andacceleration of a particle moving in a plane. 7

    ii) A particle moves in a plane with constant speed.Prove that its acceleration is perpendicular to itsvelocity. 3

    OR

    i) A particle at rest at a height h above the groundmoves freely under gravity. Use the principleof energy to find its speed when it strikes theground. 5

    ii) State and prove the principle of linearmomentum. 5

    9. Find the greatest distance that a stone can be throwninside a horizontal tunnel 10 ft height with a velocityof projection of 80 ft sec–1. Find also the correspondingtime of flight. 10

    OR

    Find the trajectory of the projectile if the resistance isvarying directly as the velocity. 10

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  • Show that for | |x 1

    sin ....

    13 5 71

    2 31 32 4 5

    1 3 52 4 6 7x x

    x x x 8

    3. Show that f(x) = sin x2 is continuous and bounded onR but not uniformly continuous. 8

    OR

    Let f R [a, b]. Then |f | R [a, b] and

    f x dx f x dxa

    b

    a

    b

    b g b gz z | | . Prove this. 84. Find the Fourier series of the function given by

    f(x) = x2, 0 x

    = –x2 – x 0. 8

    OR

    If f is bounded and integrable on [–, ] and if an, bn

    are its fourier co-efficients, then prove that a bn nn

    2 2

    1

    d iconverges. 8

    5. Show that x x dxm n z 1 101 1b g exists if and only if m, nare both positive integers. 8

    OR

    Test the convergence of the improper integral

    e dtt

    z 2 8GROUP - B( Mechanics )

    6. State and prove theorem of pappus in order to calculatethe mass centres of certain surface areas and volumes.Give examples to validate the theorem. 10

    OR

    Define potential energy. Find the potential energy of aparticle attracted towards a fixed point by a force of

    magnitude kr

    rn2

    , being the distance from the fixed

    point and k, n any constants. 10

    7. A ladder leans against a smooth wall, the lower endresting on a rough floor for which the co-efficient of

    friction is 14 . Find the inclination of the ladder to the

    vertical if it is just on the point of slipping. 10

    OR

    i) State and prove the principle of virtual work. 6

    ii) Derive the equation of common caternary. 4

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  • V-UG-Edn(H)-IX

    2013Full Marks - 60Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Discuss the problems in achieving the goals ofUniversalization of Primary Education.Suggest measures to overcome them in the presentcontext. 6+6

    OR

    Explain briefly about the need and importance of girlseducation. State the factors responsible for the spreadand development of girls education. Discuss brieflyhow these problems can resolved. 4+4+4

    2. What do you mean by general and vocationaleducation ? Compare and contrast the aimsand objectives between general and vocationaleducation. Briefly state the importance of generaleducation. 4+6+2

    OR

    Explain briefly the salient features of National Policyon Secondary Education. State their importance. 6+6

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    3. What is NAAC ? Discuss its importance in ensuringquality in Higher Education. 4+8

    OR

    What are the important features of the recommendationsof National Policy of Education on Higher Education,Discuss. 12

    4. What do you mean by family life and sex education.State how family life and sex education supplementthe aims and objectives of population education. 6+6

    OR

    What do you mean by value oriented education ? Whatis the need and importance of value orientededucation ? How teacher can orient value educationin school. 4+4+4

    5. What is Commission Process ? Discuss the importanceof different mass-communication used in the field ofhigher education. 4+8

    OR

    What are different programmes conducted by UGC forhigher education. Out of them discuss any oneprogramme in detail. 4+8

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  • V-UG-Soc(H)-V

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Discuss the major steps in social research.

    OR

    What is scientific method ? Explain itscharacteristics.

    2. Define hypothesis and discuss its types.

    OR

    Examine the role of hypothesis in social research.

    3. Define sampling and discuss its types.

    OR

    Discuss the role of sampling in social research.

    4. Examine the importance of observation in socialresearch.

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    OR

    Define case study and discuss its limitations in socialresearch.

    5. Discuss the relevance of Mean, Median and Mode insocial research.

    OR

    What are the major considerations in writing a goodreport.

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  • V-UG-ODI(H)-V(Reg/Back)

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. `ÿ¾ö¿æSê†ÿçLÿæSëÝçLÿÀÿ µÿæÌæ†ÿæˆÿḉLÿ þíàÿ¿ ÷̈†ÿç̈ æ’ÿœÿ LÿÀÿ >A$¯ÿæ

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  • V-UG-Psy(H)-IX

    2013Full Marks - 60Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. What is life span development ? Discuss differentapplication and periods of development with researchevidence.

    OR

    Show your acquaintance with Piaget's cognitivedevelopment theory.

    2. Analyse cross-sectional and longitudinal approach withmerits and demerits.

    OR

    Describe how and how much heredity and environmentare related with individual difference.

    3. Write about the stages of prenatal development.

    OR

    Describe different factors affecting languagedevelopment with research studies.

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    4. What is Socialisation ? Discuss different factorsaffecting socialisation and personality development.

    OR

    What is self concept ? How self concept develops,analyse.

    5. Briefly describe the physical and social developmentof adolescence.

    OR

    Write about the gender development through the lifespan.

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  • V-UG-Phy(H)-IX

    2013Full Marks - 60Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. a) Solve the Laplace's equation in spherical polarco-ordinates for the electrostatic problem havingazimuthal symmetry. 6

    b) A long cylinder carries a charge density that isproportional to the distance from the axis.Determine the electric field inside the cylinderusing Gauss's law in electrostatics. 6

    ORa) Show that for an arbitrary number of isolated

    charges qi (i = 1, 2, 3 .... N) the energy of interaction'U' is given by

    U qi ii

    N

    12 1

    ,

    where i is the potential of the field produced byall charges except qi. 6

    b) Find the electric field a distance Z above the centreof a circular loop of radius R which carries auniform line charge density using Coulomb'slaw. 6

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    5. a) A series RC circuit is excited by a source ofconstant voltage. Discuss the growth of charge onthe capacitor and find the expression for thecurrent in the circuit during charging andhence the voltage across the capacitor.Show the variation of the charge with time by agraph. 5+3+1

    b) A capacitor charged by a D.C. source through aresistance of 2 M takes 0.5 sec to charge to 3/4of its final value. Find the capacitance of thecapacitor. 3

    OR

    a) Set up the emf equation in a series LRC circuitdriven by a sinusoidal voltage. Solve the equationto find the instantaneous current. How does theimpendance of the circuit behave at resonance ?Hence find the resonant frequency. 6+2+1

    b) An ac supply of emf 50V and frequency 1 kHz isconnected across the inductance of 100 mH andresistance of 2 K in series. Find the voltage dropsacross the inductance and across the resistance.Is the scalar sum of them equal to 50 V ? If not,why ? 3

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  • 2. a) Obtain an expression for the local electric field ata point inside the dielectric. Hence obtainClaussius-Massotti equation. 9

    b) Two parallel plates have equal and oppositecharges. When the space between themis evaluated the electric field intensity is3 × 105 volts/m and when the space is filledwith dielectric the electric intensity is1.0 × 105 volts/m. What is the induced chargedensity on the surface of the dielectric ? 3

    ORA sphere of homogeneous linear dielectric material isplaced in an otherwise uniform electric field

    E0. Find

    the electric field inside and outside the sphere. Drawthe lines of displacement and the lines of force. 10+2

    3. a) Define magnetic vector potential. Using theconcept of vector potential derive an expressionfor the magnetic field due to a distant currentcircuit. 2+7

    b) Given the magnetic vector potential A a r 12 ,

    where a is a constnat vector. Find the magneticinduction. 3

    ORa) State Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction

    and express it in differential form. 4

    b) Explain the difference between dead beat andballistic galvanometer. Give the theory of amoving coil ballistic galvanometer and deduce therelation q = kB for the charge flowing through it,where kB is the ballistic constant. 8

    4. a) Deduce an expression for the induced diamagneticmoment in an electron when a diamagneticsubstance is subjected to an external magneticfield. Hence discuss the diamagnetic behaviourof the substance according Langevin's theory ofdiamagnetism. 6+3

    b) the magnetic susceptibility of a medium is940 × 10–4. Calculate its absolute and relativepermeability. 3

    ORa) Explain what you understand by terms Hysteresis

    and Hysteresis loop. Show that the loss of energydue to hysteresis per unit volume of the materialper cycle of magnetisation is proportional to thearea enclosed by the B-H loop. 3+6

    b) The volume of the core of a transformer is10–3 m3. If the loss of energy per unit volume percycle of hysteresis is 0.2 Jm–3, calculate the lossof energy per hour when it is fed with A.C. of50 Hz. 3

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  • V-UG-Chem(H)-IX

    2013Full Marks - 60Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. a) i) Derive Henderson's equation for calculatingpH. 6

    ii) Calculate the pH of 0.1M potassium acetatesolution at 298K. (Ka = 1.8 × 10

    –5) 2

    b) Aqueous solution of NH4Cl is acidic but that ofNaCl is neutral. Justify. 2

    OR

    a) i) Give an account of Debye-Huckel theory ofstrong electrolytes. 6

    ii) Calculate pH of 0.01M acetic acid at 250C.(Ka = 1.8 × 10

    –5) 2

    b) Explain the conductometric titration curve for thetitration of NaOH against CH3COOH. 2

    2. a) i) Discuss the determination of the solubilityproduct of a sparingly soluble salt by e.m.f.measurement. 6

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    6. a) Describe the application of phase rule tolead-silver system. 6

    b) Discuss two applications of distribution law. 4

    OR

    a) Discuss the application of phase rule to the sulphursystem. 6

    b) Discuss the conditions for the validity of thedistribution law. 4

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  • ii) Calculate the single electrode potential forcopper metal in contact with 0.15M Cu+2 saltsolution. E0 for copper is 0.34V. 2

    b) Write two methods of combating corrosion. 2

    OR

    a) Derive an expression for the e.m.f. of aconcentration cell with transference. 7

    b) Derive the relationship between entropychange of a cell-reaction and the e.m.f. of areversible cell. 3

    3. a) What is linear combination of atomic orbitals(LCAO) ? Apply it to H2

    + ion to calculate itsenergy. 7

    b) Find out whether the function cos ax is an eigenfunction of (i) d/dx and (ii) d2/dx2. What is thecorresponding eigen value if any ? 3

    OR

    a) Derive expression for the eigen function of aparticle in one dimensional box. 7

    b) Explain the concept of degeneracy. 3

    4. a) State the selection rules for pure rotational Ramanspectrum of a diatomic molecule and discuss thespectrum in detail. 7

    b) What is force constant ? How is force constant ofa molecule determined ? 3

    OR

    a) What do you understand by anharmonicvibrations ? Write the general equationfor vibrational energy of an anharmonicoscillator. 7

    b) How many normal vibrational modes are possiblefor (i) Sulphurdioxide and (ii) Carbon dioxidemolecules ? 3

    5. a) State and explain Lambert-Beer law forlight absorption. What are the limitations ofBeer's law. 6+2

    b) The quantum yield of hydrogen iodide by the U.V.light is 2. Explain. 2

    OR

    a) Derive an expression for Langmuir unimolecularadsorption isotherm and what are itslimitations. 8

    b) What are the effects of temperature and pressureon chemisorption. 2

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  • V-UG-Bot(H)-IX

    2013Full Marks - 60Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    Give labelled diagrams wherever necessary

    1. Discuss various theories to explain the mechanism ofascent of sap in plants.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Imbibition

    b) Water Potential

    c) Guttation.

    2. Describe the mechanism of Calvin cycle.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Photosynthetic apparatus

    b) Photorespiration

    c) Blackman's law of limiting factors.

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    3. What are enzymes ? Discuss the mechanism of enzymeaction.

    ORWrite notes on any two :a) Fermentationb) Classification of enzymesc) Co-factors.

    4. Distinguish between transcription and translation.Describe the various steps of protein synthesis.

    ORWrite notes on any two :a) Nif-geneb) Vernalizationc) Mechanism of photoperiodism.

    5. What are phytohormones ? Discuss the physiologicalrole of Auxin.

    ORWrite notes on any two :a) Mechanism of senescenceb) Ethylenec) Growth curve.

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  • V-UG-Zool(H)-IX

    2013Full Marks - 60Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    Give labelled diagrams wherever necessary

    1. Explain the mechanism of hormone action.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Adenohypophysis

    b) Functions of Thyroid

    c) Hormones of Pancreas.

    2. Describe the structure and hormonal action of adrenalmedulla.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Thymus

    b) Pineal

    c) Androgen.

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    3. What is buffer ? Explain different buffer systemsworking in our body.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Disaccharide

    b) Biological importance of Protein

    c) Steroids.

    4. Explain Kreb's cycle. Add a note on is energetics.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Enzyme nomenclature

    b) -oxidation

    c) Classification of enzymes.

    5. Describe the mechanism of DNA replication.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Genetic code

    b) Types of RNA

    c) Inducible operon.

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  • V-UG-C.Sc(H)-IX

    2013Full Marks - 60Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. a) What is class ? Explain how does it exhibit datahiding property 4

    b) Write a program to declare a class with privatedata numbers. Accept data through constructor anddisplay the data with a display ( ) function. 8

    OR

    a) What do you mean by flow control ? Discussdifferent flow control constructs available inC++. 6

    b) Write a program to count the number of objectscreated out of a class using static data memberand static member function. 6

    2. a) What is the significance of protected visibilitymode ? Explain how protected members of a classare different from that of private and publicmembers. 6

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    a) Find a normalisation transformation N, whichuses the rectangle A (1, 1), B (5, 3), C (4, 5),and D (0, 3) as a window and NDC as a viewport. 8

    b) State and explain the principle of Cohen-Sutherland Algorithm for line clipping in 2D. 4

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  • b) Write a program to demonstrate the concept ofrethrowing an exception. 6

    OR

    a) Define the case of ambiguity. When it can befound ? How it can be avoided ? Discuss withproper examples. 8

    b) Write a program demonstrating the concept ofconstructor overloading. 4

    3. a) Draw a schematic diagram for formating modelof object oriented S/W development. 4

    b) Write a program to write a text file. Read the textfrom end of the file to display the contents in thereverse order. 6

    c) What is the purpose of using seekg ( ) andseekp ( ) in file programming. 2

    OR

    a) What is the difference between object orientedparadigm and procedure oriented paradigm forobject oriented system development. 4

    b) Write a program to enter a text into a file. Againread that file to count and print the number ofwords in it. 6

    c) What is the purpose of using substr ( ) and find ( )in string manipulation. 2

    4. a) Distinguish between Raster and Random scan. 4b) Consider a line from (0, 0) to (6, 6) use the DDA

    algorithm to rasterize. 4c) Scale a polygon with co-ordinates A (2, 5),

    B (7, 10), C (10, 2) by 2 units in X-direction and2 units in Y-direction. 4

    ORa) A point (4, 3) is rotated counter clockwise by an

    angle of 450. Find the rotation matrix and theresultant point. 4

    b) Explain and derive the Mid point circle drawingalgorithm in brief. 4

    c) Name some out primitive functions. 4

    5. a) Explain the concept of A-Buffer method inbrief. 4

    b) Explain the scan-line method of polygonsurface. 4

    c) Explain the concept of Backface detection methodin brief. 4

    OR

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  • III-PG-ODI-XI(Reg/Back)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

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  • III-PG-Pol.Sc-XI (PT)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Write a critical estimate of Hobbes' concept ofsovereignty. 20

    OR

    Rousseau was a collectivist or an individualist ? Givereasons in support of your view.

    2. Discuss Bentham's views on State, RepresentativeGovernment and Law. 20

    OR

    "J.S. Mill was a Reluctant Democrat". Explain.

    3. Comment on any two of the following : 5 × 2

    a) "Covenants without swords are but words and ofno strength to secure a man to all" – Hobbes.

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    b) "the grass my horse has bit, the turf my servanthas cut and the ore I have digged in any placewhere I have a right to them in common withothers, become my property without theassignation of anybody" – Locke.

    c) "Thinking animal is a depraved animal". Rousseau(as suggested by G.H. Sabine).

    d) "Liberty consists in doing what one desires" –J.S. Mill.

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  • III-PG-Phy-XI (AQM)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. a) Consider an electron moving in a central forcefield with a speed v such that terms higher to(v2/c2) are negligible. Put the appropriate equationof motion and identify the Thomas term andthe Darwin term and give their physicalinterpretations. 15

    b) Find the energy of the states u P e andsipx

    d i v P es

    ipxd i for the Dirac particle. 5

    OR

    a) Show that 5

    i) 2

    ii)

    55 4

    b) Give the Non-relativistic limit of the K.G.equation. 5

    c) Find the co-variant form of the Dirac equation. 5

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    b) Prove that

    H A x i A, b g 0

    where H is the Hamiltonian of an electromagneticfield. 5

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  • d) Investigate the transformation property of thebilinear expression 5 . 5

    2. a) Find the velocity operator for a free Dirac particlein Heisenberg picture and hence show that theeigen values of j tb g are C for all t. Justifyyour result by the Heisenberg uncertaintyprinciple. 5

    b) Using the solution of the free Dirac particle showthat

    p u p u p p m cm cr rr

    b g b g b g 001

    2

    2

    p p p m c pm cr rrb g b g b g 0

    01

    2

    2

    where p and pb g b g are energy projectionoperators. 5

    OR

    a) Prove that the helicity of the Dirac particle changessign under space inversion, but not under timereversal. 5

    b) Show that 5s commutes with the operator p, andthe eigen values of this operator are 1. Find theeigen-projectors of the operator 5s. 5

    3. a) Find the Euler-Lagrange equations for thefollowing Lagrangian densities. 8

    i) 12

    12

    14

    2 2 4d id i mii) A A m A A Ad id i d i12 2

    2 2

    b) Write the Lagrangian densities for a free neutralscalar field and that of a Dirac field. Show thatthe densities are invariant under phasetransformations. Find the Noether's current andcharge. 6

    c) Calculate H C P C Pr r, d i d i for a Dirac field.

    Where H C P and C Pr r, d i d i respectively are the

    Hamiltonian, creation and annihilationoperators. 6

    OR

    a) Write the photon field in terms of the polarizationvectors

    Rd i and the creation and annihilationoperators a R and a R

    , d i d i . Set up the equal time

    commutation relations between the creation andannihilation operator. What completeness relationsthe polarization vectors satisfy ? Prove that

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  • III-PG-Math-XI (FA)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Prove that every finite dimensional subspace Y of anormed space X is complete.

    OR

    Show that Rn and Cn are not compact.

    2. Let T : D (T) Y be a linear operator, whereD(T) X and X, Y are normed spaces. Then showthat

    i) T is continuous if and only if T is bounded.

    ii) If T is continuous at a single point, it is continuous.

    OR

    Show that a finite dimensional vector space isalgebraically reflexive.

    3. Define adjoint operator TX of the linear operatorT : X Y where X and Y are normed spaces. Showthat TX is linear and bounded and ||TX || = || T ||.

    OR

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  • In a normed space X, show that X xnw if and

    only if

    i) the sequence (|| xn ||) is bounded.

    ii) for every element f of a total subset M X',f(xn) f(x).

    4. Let H be a Hilbert space. Show that

    i) If H is separable, then every orthonormal set in His countable.

    ii) If H contains an orthonormal sequence which istotal in H, then H is separable.

    OR

    Show that every bounded linear functional f on aHilbert space H can be represented in terms of the linearproduct

    f(x) = x, z

    where z depends on f, is uniquely determined by f andhas norm || z || = || f ||.

    5. Let T B (X, X), where X is a Banach space. If|| T || < 1, then show that (1 – T)–1 exists as a boundedlinear operator on the whole space X.

    OR

    Let X be a complex Banach space, T B (X, X) and , . Tb g Then show thati) The resolvent R of T satisfies the Hilbert relation

    R R R R b g .ii) R commutes with any S B (X, X) which

    commutes with T.

    iii) R R R R .

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  • III-PG-Com-XI (M.E)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Discuss two important theories relating to objective ofthe firm.

    OR

    Write notes on any two :

    a) Incremental principle

    b) Opportunity cost principle

    c) Discounting principle.

    2. What do you mean by Demand Analysis ? Discuss thepurposes of demand analysis.

    OR

    Write notes on :

    a) Individual demand function Vs. Market demandfunction

    b) Price elasticity.

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    3. Explain the important differences between economists'profit and accountants' profit.

    OR

    Write notes on :

    a) Risk theory of profit

    b) Innovation theory of profit.

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  • V-UG-BBA(H)-V (POM)

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Explain the concepts of production and operationmanagement. 16

    OR

    Explain the product life cycle and its development indifferent times.

    2. Discuss about product planning and equipmentfinalisation. 16

    OR

    Discuss the objectives to benefits of plant layont.

    3. What is demand forecasting ? Discuss itstechniques. 16

    OR

    Write short notes on :

    a) Production Control

    b) Dispatching and follow-up.

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    4. Discuss the importance of work study in anenterprise. 16

    OR

    What do you mean by Inspection ? Discuss itsimportance in an enterprise.

    5. Discuss the ABC analysis of material control. 16

    OR

    Write notes on : 6+5+5

    a) EOQ

    b) Minimum stock level

    c) Maximum stock level.

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  • III-PG-Pol.Sc-XII (IGP-I)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Discuss the ideological basis of the Constitution ofIndia. 20

    OR

    What is Regionalism ? Discuss the different forms inwhich Regionalism has been present in the IndianPolitical System.

    2. Account for the decline of National Political Parties inIndia. 20

    OR

    Write an essay on Coalition Politics in India.

    3. Write short notes on any one : 10

    a) Electoral reforms in India

    b) Unitary features of the Indian Federation

    c) Features of the Indian Party system

    d) Challenges to National Integration.

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  • III-PG-ODI-XII(Reg/Back)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

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  • III-PG-Math-XII (G.T.)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions selecting either {(a),(b)}

    or {(c),(d)} from each questionThe symbols used have their usual meanings

    1. a) Explain the following with suitable examples inconnection to graph thoery.

    i) Self loop

    ii) Finite and infinite graph

    iii) Null graph

    iv) Euler line and Universal line

    v) Complete graph. 5

    b) Show that the maximum number of edges in a

    simple graph with n vertices is n n 12b g . 5

    OR

    c) Define isomorphism between two graphs. Showthat any two simple connected graphs withn vertices, all of degree 2 are isomorphic. 5

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    columns are arranged using the same order ofedges, then prove that every row of B is orthogonalto every row of A. 5

    5. a) Prove that the chromatic number of a graph willnot exceed by more than one the maximum degreeof the vertices in a graph. 5

    b) Find the chromatic polynomial and chromaticnumber for the graph K3,3. 5

    OR

    c) Prove that an n-vertex graph is a tree if and onlyif its chromatic polynomial. 5

    Pnn b g b g 1 1

    d) Prove that the vertices of every planar graph canbe properly coloured with five colours. 5

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  • d) Define a connected graph. Prove that a simplegraph with n vertices and k components can haveatmost (n – k) (n – k + 1)\2 edges. 5

    2. a) Define a tree. Prove that a graph is a tree if andonly if it is minimally connected. 5

    b) Show that every circuit has an even number ofedges in common with any cutset. 5

    OR

    c) Define spanning tree. Prove that every connectedgraph has atleast one spanning tree. 5

    d) If G1 and G2 are two f-isomorphic graphs thenshow that the rank of G1 equals the rank of G2 andnullity of G1 equals the nullity of G2. 5

    3. a) Prove that a connected planar graph with n verticesand e-edges has e–n+2 regions. 5

    b) Prove that a diagraph G is an Eulergraph if andonly if G is connected and balanced. 5

    OR

    c) Prove that a graph can be embedded in the surfaceof a sphere if and only if it can be embedded in aplane. 5

    d) Prove that a graph has a dual if and only if it isplanar. 5

    4. a) Explain the following with examples of each : 5

    i) Incidence matrix

    ii) Binary matrix

    iii) Circuit matrix

    iv) Cut-set matrix

    v) Path matrix.

    b) Draw the diagraph G corresponding to adjacencymatrix 5

    A

    L

    N

    MMMM

    O

    Q

    PPPP

    0 0 1 10 0 1 01 1 0 11 1 1 0

    OR

    c) Find the incidence matrix to represent the graphshown below : 5

    d) If B and A represent the circuit matrix andincidence matrix of a self-loop free graph whose

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  • V-UG-Com(H)-VII (IT)

    2013Full Marks - 80Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Explain the following terms :

    a) Casual Income

    b) Assessment Year

    c) Gross Total Income

    d) Tax Planning.

    OR

    Give eight examples of incomes which are totallyexempt from income tax.

    2. Define the term perquisite and how are they treatedfor income tax purposes ?

    OR

    Mr. W owns two self-occupied houses in Ambala. Fromthe following information find out that which househe should choose as self-occupied ?

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    Following are the particulars of income of Mr. Karanfor the year ending 31.3.2013.

    Rs.a) Interest on Govt. Securities (Gross) 3,300b) Interest from Bank Deposits 3,500c) Rent value of House Property

    (Municipal Taxes being Rs.750) 4,000d) Profits of retail cloth business 1,87,300e) 1/10th share in the AOP which has no

    such member whose individual incomeexceeds Rs.2,00,00 10,000

    f) Dividends from Co-operative societies 3,200g) Dividends from Indian Companies 2,700h) Interest on debentures of Coop.Society 300He is insured for Rs.10,000 and paid an insurancepremium of Rs.1,500.He donated Rs.2,000 to a school (recognised) in whichhis son is studying.Compute his total income and tax payable for theAssessment Year 2013-14.

    5. What do you understand by Best JudgementAssessment. State the grounds for its cancellation.

    OR

    Discuss the power of ITO.

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  • House A House BRs. Rs.

    Standard Rent fixed underRent Control Act 36,000 36,000

    Fair Rent 42,000 62,000

    Municipal Valuation 24,000 44,000

    Municipal Taxes (Paid) 1,200 1,200

    Municipal Taxes (Due) 1,200 1,200

    Ground Rent (Paid) 1,000 500

    Date of completion of these houses was 31.1.2010.Mr. W. had taken a loan of Rs.2,50,000 @ 10% p.a.for construction of House A on 1.6.2008 and he repaidRs.2,00,000 on 1.10.2012.

    3. What are the provisions relating to tax on capital gains(both short term and long term capital gains) ?

    OR

    Given Profit and Loss A/c. of M/s. Raj & Company.

    Rs. Rs.General expenses 7,000 Gross Profit 1,40,000Five Insurance Premium 2,000 Bad debts, recoveredBad debts 1,000 but disallowed earlier 4,000

    Salaries 65,000 Interest from Govt.Advertising (in cash) 22,250 securities 4,000

    Proprietor's salary 12,500 Rent received fromInterest on capital 2,000 employees 12,000

    Income tax 1,000 Interest from debtorsDepreciation 2,000 for delayed payment 6,000

    Sales-tax (due) 5,000Advance income tax paid 1,000Donations 500Motor car expenses 750Municipal taxes ofquarters let to employees 5,000Net profit 39,000

    1,66,000 1,66,000

    General expenses include Rs.4,000 paid ascompensation to an old employee whose services wereterminated in the interest of the business and Rs.2,200by way of help to a poor student. Depreciationcalculated according to the rates comes to Rs.2,900.Sales tax was paid on 1.5.2013. Date of filing of returnis 31.7.2013. 50% of motor car expenses are forproprietor's personal use.

    Compute business income.

    4. Explain the provisions of Income Tax Act, 1961regarding carry forward and set-off of losses.

    OR

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  • V-UG-Env.Bio-I (Arts)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. What is Ecological Pyramid ? Describe different kindsof ecological pyramids.

    OR

    Write notes on any two of the following :

    a) Food Web

    b) Atmosphere

    c) Energy Flow.

    2. Describe different components and functions of Forestecosystem.

    OR

    Write notes on any two of the following :

    a) Trophic Level

    b) Complete Ecosystem

    c) Kinds of Ecosystem.

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    3. Describe Temperature as an ecological factor.

    ORWrite notes on any two of the following :a) Major soil groupsb) Biological effect of Lightc) Water as an ecological factor

    4. Give an account of causes, effect and remedies of waterpollution.

    ORWrite notes on any two of the following :a) Carbon Cycleb) Ozone Layer depletionc) Photochemical Smug.

    5. Write an essay on sources effects and management ofsolid wastes.

    ORWrite notes on any two of the following :a) Man-made disastersb) Flood managementc) Standards of drinking water.

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  • V-UG-Env.Bio-I (Arts)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. What is Ecological Pyramid ? Describe different kindsof ecological pyramids.

    OR

    Write notes on any two of the following :

    a) Food Web

    b) Atmosphere

    c) Energy Flow.

    2. Describe different components and functions of Forestecosystem.

    OR

    Write notes on any two of the following :

    a) Trophic Level

    b) Complete Ecosystem

    c) Kinds of Ecosystem.

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    3. Describe Temperature as an ecological factor.OR

    Write notes on any two of the following :a) Major soil groupsb) Biological effect of Lightc) Water as an ecological factor

    4. Give an account of causes, effect and remedies of waterpollution.

    OR

    Write notes on any two of the following :a) Carbon Cycleb) Ozone Layer depletionc) Photochemical Smug.

    5. Write an essay on sources effects and management ofsolid wastes.

    OR

    Write notes on any two of the following :a) Man-made disastersb) Flood managementc) Standards of drinking water.

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  • V-UG-Comm.Eng-I (Sc)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 2 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. You want to apply for the post of a Junior Scientist.Prepare a resume to attach it to your application forthe post. 10

    OR

    Prepare a CV which you want to enclose with yourapplication for the post of a Company Executive of areputed firm.

    2. Prepare a report, in about 200 words, on the increasingtrend in cyber crime. 15

    OR

    Write a report on the misuse of cell phones. Themaximum word limit is 200 words.

    3. Write a paragraph on either one of the following : 10

    a) Global Warming

    b) Time is Money.

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  • 4. Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions : 1 × 5

    a) They prohibited me ______ borrowing a book.

    b) He is an expert ______ inventing excuses.

    c) Your brother has a passion ______ travelling.

    d) Any deviation _______ rules will be viewedseriously.

    e) Illiteracy is a serious impediment ______ theprogress of a nation.

    5. Change voice of the following : 1 × 3

    a) They refused him admission.

    b) Shut all the doors.

    c) Who broke the window ?

    6. Give antonyms of the following : 1½ × 8

    a) legitimate

    b) interior

    c) departure

    d) wild

    e) Bravery

    f) ascend

    g) prosperity

    h) debtor.

    7. Use the following in sentences both as noun andverb : 1 × 3

    a) book

    b) pen

    c) man.

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  • III-PG-Com-XII (BT)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 3 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. The P/L A/c of a firm in which the partners A, B and Cshare profits and losses in the ratio of 5 : 4 : 1respectively discloses profit of Rs.80,525 for the yearending 31.03.2013.

    Debits Rs. Credits Rs.Donation to NDF 11,000 Capital gain on sale of

    Salary to Partners : scrap machinery 5,000

    A Rs.15,000 Interest in debentures B Rs.19,000 after deduction of tax at

    C Rs.22,000 56,000 source Rs.5000 20,000

    Commission to A 6,000 Interest on Securities (Gross) 3,500

    Office rent (paid to B) 12,000

    Compute the total income of the firm for the assessmentyear 2013-14. The firm has submitted a certified copyof instrument of partnership along with return and itprovides for the payment of salary, commission toworking partners A, B and C as per above. 16 23

    OR

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    a) Write a brief note on the provisions of I.T. Actregarding carry forward and set-off of losses of aFirm. 8 23

    b) State briefly the provisions relating to deductionu/s 80G of I.T. Act, 1961. 8

    2. What do you mean by Tax Planning ? State itssignificance. Make a comparative study among TaxPlanning, Tax Avoidance and Tax Evasion. 4 23 +6+6

    OR

    State the provisions of law relating to Tax Planningwith reference to capital gains. 16 23

    3. What is the procedure involved in the clearance ofExcisable goods from the factory ? 16 23

    OR

    Write short notes on any four : 4 16 × 4

    i) CENVAT

    ii) MODVAT

    iii) Self-Assessment Procedure

    iv) Taxable Services in India

    v) Tax-Free Services.

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  • V-UG-BBA(H)-VI (OB)

    2013Full Marks - 70Time - 3 Hours

    The questions are of equal valueAnswer all questions

    1. Define "Organisational Behaviour". Explain variousfeatures of Organisational Behaviour.

    OR

    What are the factors influencing individual behaviour ?How individual behaviour affects personality ?

    2. What do you mean by perceptual process ? What arethe factors affecting perception ?

    OR

    Write short notes on :

    a) Attitude and organisational behaviour.

    b) Job satisfaction.

    3. What is the essence of leadership to an organisation ?Explain two important leadership styles.

    OR

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    Write short notes on :

    a) Significance of personality

    b) Learning Theories.

    4. What are the potential sources of stress ? What stepsshould be taken for stress management ?

    OR

    What factors influences resistance for change ? Explainthe methods necessary for overcoming resistance forchange.

    5. What are the theories of group formation ? How typesof organization are formed on the basis of differenttheories ?

    OR

    Write short notes on :

    a) Determinants of group behaviour

    b) Group cohesiveness.

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  • V-UG-Gen.St-I (Arts)

    2013Full Marks - 50Time - 2 Hours

    The figures in the right-hand margin indicate marksAnswer all questions

    1. Answer any six of the following : 1 × 6i) Why does sky look blue ?

    ii) Why is transformer used ?iii) Force is the product of pressure and _____.iv) Convert by calculation 1220F into degree Celcius.v) How is mass related to density ?vi) Mirage is the outcome of _____ phenomenon of

    light.vii) Define velocity.

    2. Answer any six of the following : 1 × 6i) A basic substance will have pH value ____.ii) German silver is a/an ____.

    (element / mixture / alloy / compound)

    iii) What